Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are scrambling for ideas as demands increase for their projects with Netflix and Spotify. After leaving the royal family and moving to California, the couple soon landed lucrative multi-million pound deals with Netflix and Spotify. However, the Mail on Sunday’s deputy editor, Kate Mansey, said the couple now faced a big “dilemma” over what to do with the big deals.
She suggests that Netflix and Spotify only gave the couple such lucrative deals because they wanted them to drop royal bombshells.
So far, the couple have only released one episode of Archewell audio and that was over a year ago.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be under pressure to create more content.
Speaking to Palace Confidential on Mailplus, Ms Mansey said Spotify and Netflix wanted the couple to release “details of what it’s like within the Royal Family”.
She said, “It’s really their dilemma.”
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She continued: “What do we want to hear from Harry and Meghan? Well, the details of what it is inside the royal family – that’s their selling point.
“And yet, how many do they give?
“Harry has this big book coming out this year, it will be very embarrassing for the Royal Family.
“But that’s a thing. They might want to talk about their different campaigns.
This week news broke that Spotify and Netflix are taking matters into their own hands when it comes to their deals with the Sussexes.
After no episodes were released in 2021, Spotify began facilitating productions for the pair.
The music streaming giant even announced that three full-time in-house producers would “launch a new original show with Archewell featuring the voices of high profile women.”
Netflix is also recruiting a production designer for Harry and Meghan’s first animated show – Pearl – on the platform.